Grant County 160
Located just 6 miles NE of the Salt Plains Lake in Western Grant County is this nice combination hunting / grazing property. The farm has been primarily used for grazing and some hunting over the last few years but has plenty of potential to be improved for both purposes. If running cattle and having good grass is what you are looking for, this farm could fit the bill. Some cedar removal and treatment of some or all of the plum thickets by chemical or brush cutting would make room for more grass and inevitably make the grazing that much better.
If hunting is your focus the sky is the limit on this property. There are a ton of deer in this part of the country providing many opportunities for success in the field year after year. Removing the cattle from this property and just allowing the native grasses and brush to grow and become even more dense than it currently is, would for sure add cover and habitat, and quickly double or triple the number of deer using the property on a regular basis. You could manage the property as extensively or as minimally as you are capable of. A controlled burn, a food plot or two, a couple feeders, a nice blind or two, all coupled with the quality hunting neighborhood this farm sits in, and you should have multiple opportunities every year to harvest 140" or better whitetails. If those more extensive improvements aren't on the agenda you could literally remove the cattle, lock the gates, let the farm grow up, and just show up and have great hunting success that way as well. To compliment the whitetails, there are good quail and turkey numbers in the area as well, and also a few pheasant, this property would most definitely have upland birds and turkey on it throughout the year. If the amount of native habitat and cover on this property was allowed to grow to its potential the number of animals using the property would surprise a lot of people, the ones that have hunted this part of the state and spent time on the land here, will know exactly what I'm talking about. Thinking that because there isn't lots of heavy timber and mature hardwoods on a piece of property means there aren't many deer, or that you can't effectively hunt them, is far from the truth in Grant County. There is a 2-3 acre pond on the property that is fed year round by a couple springs. The bass were jumping while I was there taking pictures, and I'm told by the seller and locals that the pond has never went dry.
I have personally spent almost 20 years hunting in Grant County, much of that time within a mile of this listing. We spend a ton of time planting food plots, supplemental feeding, and taking pics, trying to manage the deer the best we can within just a mile of this property. I have hundreds of trail cam photos of deer that are living in the area and I can promise you this farm could 100% exceed your expectations from a hunting standpoint.
Call me today and lets set a time to go look, the fall is coming and the price is right on this one!
Deer, Turkey, Quail, Predators
Multiple Wetland or Pond Building Spots
Grazing & Hunting
Spring Fed Pond
2 Hrs from Tulsa, Ok - 2 Hrs from Oklahoma City, Ok - 1.5 Hrs from Wichita, Ks